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Does removing the belt that drives the air conditioner compressor on a 1993 Hyundai Accent cause any problems with the operation of the vehicle?

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2009-10-23 18:08:25
2009-10-23 18:08:25

no it does not cause any problem.belt just make the A C work otherwise it do not have any work what so ever
i have done it just try it

T not running the compressor for extended periods of time can give you AC leaks because the seals can 'dry out' when not spun for a long time. I turn my AC on once and a while during winter just to prevent this.

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